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Cheap, Business Class Flights to Lisbon

Lisbon is the capital of Portugal, but it wasn’t always that way. The UNESCO World Heritage Site Guimarães was in fact the first capital of the country. Dating back to the 12th century, it was nicknamed the birthplace of Portugal, also famed for being the birthplace of the country’s first king. The second capital of Portugal was Coimbra, and it remained so for at least a century before Lisbon was named capital. Lisbon lost this title again during the Napoleonic Wars when many Portuguese royals fled to Brazil, leading Rio de Janeiro to be the capital for a stint of 13 years. Lisbon has now regained the title and has much to offer tourists who visit.

Useful Tips for Traveling to Lisbon

Purchase a Lisboa Card

This card was uniquely designed for tourists who want to see all that Lisbon has to offer. The card grants you free access to: 26 monuments/sites/museums, unlimited, free travel via public transportation, and free train travel to Sintra and Cascais. You can get a card that is valid for 24, 48, or 72 hours depending on how long you wish to stay and how much you wish to see.

Wear Comfortable Shoes

This goes without saying in any city. However, Lisbon has been nicknamed “the city of the seven hills.” Inclines can be steep and roads are not always smooth so be sure to get comfortable before embarking on your journey. Not even local women wear heels.

Use Wise

If you need to transfer currency, using Wise is the best way to do so. Formerly known as Transferwise, this is a digital wallet that allows you to exchange currencies without charging fortunes like banks or airports or bureau de changes. The company says using their service is often 10 times cheaper than using traditional currency exchanges. Basically, the way it works is you get multiple digital wallets. You send money in your base currency and it is sent back to you in the equivalent of your chosen currency.

What To Do in Lisbon

Lisbon Oceanarium

Perfect for a rainy day, the Lisbon Oceanarium offers the largest indoor tank in Europe. The tank is filled by five million liters of seawater and hundreds of species of sea creatures. While the central tank is the selling point, there are other tanks that show off invertebrates, mammals, sea plants, and much more.

Smallest Bookstore in the World

If you are a bookworm, you’re going to love this. Located a stone’s throw away from the Escadinhas de São Cristóvão, there is a bookstore that crams more than 4,000 books into what is rumored to be a cupboard-sized shop. While there are pictures of this available on the internet, sizing is hard to perceive unless you’re there in person. It might be worth the trip, just to get your own picture to put on the internet. Feel free to tag us in it!

Pastéis da nata

This flakily crusted, egg and cream-filled called Pastéis da nata has a secret recipe that only three people in the world are rumored to know. This dessert has made its way around the world but be sure to eat it where it was first invented to get the full experience.

What NOT to do in Lisbon

Plan to Eat an Early Dinner

Similar to Spain, the Portuguese eat dinner very late. The dining hour typically begins around 8 PM; many kitchens close between 3 and 7 PM so getting an early dinner can be difficult. If a café is open at that time, it is likely a tourist trap.

Throw Away Transport Cards

Transportation cards in Lisbon are reloadable. They are used on trains, trams, and busses, so it is very important to keep it on your person and not throw it away. Also, if you have a stroller or luggage, there are special elevators that load extra slowly. Take advantage if you need.

Take Tram 28

Tram 28 is a famous vintage train car. It’s cool to take a picture on, but don’t get into the habit of taking it every time you need to travel. It is extremely crowded and a perfect breeding ground for pickpockets.

Main International Airports

There is only one airport in Lisbon (Lisbon Airport) that takes care of both domestic and international flights. It, of course, offers business class flights.

Best Time to Visit Lisbon

The best time to visit Lisbon is just before summer starts or just after it ends. June and September are said to be the best months. This offers you the most pleasant temperatures and the least amount of crowds.

Flying Time from United States to Lisbon

A nonstop flight from DC to Lisbon, capital to capital, is typically 7 hours on most commercial airliners traveling at 500 mph. Most flights are nonstop but if you’re interested in a multi-stop flight then Voyagu can help find whichever business class flight best suits your schedule.

Best Business Class Airlines to Fly to Lisbon

Voyagu does not rank its valued airline partners, but we provide a list of airlines that offer both discounted business class airfare and last-minute business class deals to Lisbon. Some of these may not have direct flights while instead arranging comforting connections:

  • United Airlines,
  • American Airlines,
  • Delta Airlines,
  • Lufthansa Airlines,
  • Air Canada.

For this specific destination, try SATA Air Açores, Sevenair Air Services, or TAP Air Portugal.

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